OPTIONS FOR PAYING FOR YOUR HIGHER EDUCATION STUDIES. Presentation outline. This presentation explains the basics about paying for your higher education studies. It will tell you: at which higher education providers you can receive an Australian Government loan or discount
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can provide subsidised places (Commonwealth supported places) and fee-paying places
more than 50
generally have only fee-paying places (a few also offer Commonwealth supported places in areas of ‘National Priority’ – mostly education and nursing)Types of higher education providers
These providers offer Australian Government loans to students to pay their tuition costs
Private universities and approved private providers
Go to www.goingtouni.gov.au for a list of providers
HELP gives eligible students access to a loan from the Australian Government to pay their student contribution or tuition fee.
Student applies to a Tertiary Admissions Centre or Provider for Commonwealth supported place or fee-paying place
Student is offered and accepts a fee-paying place
When the student enrols in their course at the provider they
decided whether to pay up-front and/or access a HELP loan
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Students who do not access a loan must pay up-front.
Commonwealth supported students who pay up-front must pay their student contribution by the “census date” (this occurs about 20% of the way into the semester) and must fill out a Request for Commonwealth support form to access Commonwealth support.
Fee-paying studentsshould ask the provider about payment arrangements.